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Research interviews began last week with families taking part in one of the largest ever Government-funded studies into early years education.
All infant school children in England will be eligible for free school meals from September 2014.
The latest figures from the Government's scheme show it has turned around the lives of 14,000 of England's most 'troubled' households in just 15 months.
The charity 4Children has warned that proposed changes to allow schools to set the length and date of holidays will be a major concern for millions of parents.
Health and social care professionals should be trained to focus on meeting the individual needs of children and young people with autism and their families, according to new clinical guidelines.
The social enterprise United for All Ages has warned that Britain's 21st century baby boom will led to a childcare crisis.
Early years organisations have warned that plans to relax the number of hours a day that parents can use informal childcare could lead to some providers de-registering from Ofsted.
Holiday childcare now costs more than 100 a week, according to the annual survey by the Family and Childcare Trust.
Schools will be able to choose their own term times and holidays, under new Government proposals.
Fifty-five per cent of school support staff have seen an increase this year in the number of children relying on breakfast clubs, finds new research.
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